• car for sale ad:
"mechanic owned"
normal people: oh a
mechanic owned it, it
must be well maintained
other mechanics:
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    • My reaction whenever something is advertised as "military grade"
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    • Mechanic owned means that they know the ways to fix a car so it’s just okay enough to drive away that day
      iCaden 1 aug
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    • God this is so true, never buy a mechanic owned car. I give my friends shit for ignoring things or not noticing things on their cars but I’ll diagnose a problem on my car and just leave it
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    • That shit is on its last fucking legs
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    • Mechanics will literally keep their vehicles barely operable lmaaoo.
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    • You can tell how good a mechanic is by how how shitty his personal vehicle is. Good mechanic doesn't have time to work his own shit
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    • Mechanics are the people who find the mechanical limit of their personal vehicles. One mechanic I knew told me he knew his car could go 36000 miles before an oil change.
      ohhelyes 1 aug
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    • It means the car will drive and radio will work. That’s it. There’s a reason they’re selling it and if a mechanic is selling it than it’s too fucked up for them to fix lol
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    • If it's a bad mechanic, everything is fixed wrong. If it's a good mechanic, he's selling it because that shit is too broken to be worth fixing.
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    • Unless they're a Subaru mechanic, people who work on Subaru's are the automotive equivalent of chick fill a workers
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    • Mechanics with owning cars are like nurses with being sick. They know too much and let shit go way too far
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    • “Ironsmith’s house, wooden spoons”. You don’t want to go home and do more of what you do for work.
      2rawwww 1 aug
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    • Am I the only mechanic that actually does take care of their car and makes sure it’s pristine?
      Yalofa 1 aug
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    • Can confirm, my cousin is a mechanic.
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    • As a past mechanic, if we’re selling it, it’s because it’s not worth fixing. Labors free, so the cost of the parts is literally more than the car is worth. Only exception is when your just flipping the car (Buy a broken car where the parts are cheap but it’s a 20+ hr job, fix it, sell for profit)
      aearly92 1 aug
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    • I just bought my first car from a mechanic. It shakes when I push the break in...
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    • Question for car ppl of this app: I'm trying to find a car that can transport my 2 big 150lb dogs but also be ok for daily commute of up to an hour. Any suggestions?
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    • Mechanic ownee means I know where that noise is coming from and it'll easily last 30k more before I have to do what I do at work when I get home in my garage and change it
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    • That means that it has a issue that isn’t worth fixing or is fucked but still driveable and they are trying to get rid of iy
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    • Mechanics get paid to fix other people's cars, not their own
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    • Mechanic vehicle is a vehicle that the mechanic knows what's wrong with it and can fix it but just doesn't want to do the work because it'd be more work than profit on the car. So the mechanic will make it work for a little bit and sell it at a low price.
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    • I'm a mechanic and I own a 1994 Ford F150 that I know leaks coolant from the water pump gasket. Will I fix it? No. Will I put "Mechanic Owned" when I sell it? Yes.
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    • Translation: It was the mechanic’s project car and will most likely cost you upwards of $3,000.00 to get that sumbitch running again.
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    • Are you, are you, coming to the tree? They strung up a man, they say murdered 3. Stranger things could happen but stranger would it be? Are you, are you, coming to the tree?
      hornygal 1 aug
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    • Just bought a mechanics wife's car does that count? Been a week no problems and got it at like half the price it should have been
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    • The last thing a mechanic wants to do after work is work.
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    • This is not a comment. Go look somewhere else.
      Kranis 1 aug
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    • Yeah my grandpa bought me a car from a mechanic “friend” it died for no reason 2 weeks after I got it and he would just take it back to them and try to have them fix it and it was fine until the next summer when the car wouldn’t turn on unless it was in the shade and eventually we gave up on it 1/2
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    • A plumber's pipes are always leaking and a mechanic's car is always broken down
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    • "mechanic" owned
      Kbiz3184 1 aug
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    • Lol my dad was a mechanic before he passed away and he always drove the shittiest cars
      bontakun 1 aug
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    • As someone who has fixed cars owned by mechanics, there’s almost always something that make absolutely no sense that is always in the way of something
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    • Risky shit, buying from a mechanic
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    • Trapfact! Do whatever makes you happy, as long as it doesn't make other people unhappy!
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    • This is true. My mechanic buddy has this old consumers service car (not even a pickup) and the wires were showing thru the tires.
      Dizco2 1 aug
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    • Mechanic owned cars are the worst maintained
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    • I’m an electrician and I hate doing anything electrical on my own house
      ElGingo 1 aug
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    • Mechanics work all day fixing other people’s cars. They usually don’t want to work on theirs during their free time
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    • As a mechanic, some will fix it just enough to run and get to and from work, then there is me where my 2010 focus doesn't have a single thing wrong with it. Take care of your cars and they will take care of you.
      Him251 1 aug
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    • Can confirm, am mechanic
      i_velma 1 aug
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    • Felt bad for kid in video
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    • LovelyLily
      What does this mean?
      LovelyLily 1 aug
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    • I mean yeah. I do cybersecurity. You think I bother checking event logs on my home PC? I do that all day anyways. Nah, toss anti malware on it, block a few dumb services, and ride that hard drive until it catches fire.
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    • I guess it depends on the mechanic, my transmission pan was leaking it was a small leak so I want worried about it but I still had it fixed within a couple weeks of seeing it, had to have time to fix it.
      skunkD 4 aug
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    • Mechanics drive like they have nothing to fear because if something breaks they’ll just fix it.
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    • Mechanics are some.of.the absolute worst people.to.buh a car from. They fix cars all day long. They aren't gonna come home and work on their daily driver. Now, if it's their project car....buy that. Never their daily driver
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    • Shoemaker’s kids
      kdubnc 4 aug
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    • “Where’s the starter?”.................. “I did the delete”
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    • Speak for everyone else my cars are maintained and mechanically sound
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    • No one pays me to work on my own car.
      treyv 3 aug
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    • The engine for sure zip tied in
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    • LMAO my dad is a mechanic his whole life he will work on my car or anyones, but can and will drive a car with no left turn; fucked up axels; shot suspensions. Cheap no maintenance; drive til its dead mentality with mechanics.
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    • No that just means it jury rigged into working until something else fucks up
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    • Mechanic here. Please don't buy from us. We'll get your money and 5 miles later your car will be in pieces.
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    • Best cars are Karen owned
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    • I thought it meant the car owned the mechanic
      Vvolf04 3 aug
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    • Just like elderly owned means they never changed the oil
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    • I know some mechanics who let their cars goto shit, but I've personally maintained my car as well as I possibly can
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    • I used to work as a mechanic. The last thing I wanted to do after working on other people's shit all day was work on my shit.
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    • I do as little as possible to keep my car running.
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    • Quick question my gear heads, why does my right wheel vibrate? I changed the rotors and pads!
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    • Damn looking through this comment section i feel like I’m the only mechanic who keeps his car pristine lmao
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    • My dad is a mechanic I we spent 3 weeks fixing it. From not running, to running. We weren’t gonna get new seats or anything. As long as it’s functional.
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    • I knew a guy who literally had to push his car to start it
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    • What if he fixed it and now he’s trying to sell it
      Jibi007 3 aug
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    • My first car was a 99 corolla previously owned by a mechanic and it was beautiful, until I got rear ended. I miss that car
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    • My dads a mechanic can confirm
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    • It means its held together with ductape and hope
      Splendid 3 aug
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    • I mean, fix and flip cars are a good way to make some extra cash as a mechanic
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    • Mechanics dont know much about cars compared to technicians. Techs take care of their cars mechanics dont.
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    • It says it’s a 2013 Toyota Camry XLE but it has the features of a 1991 Plymouth lazer with Metallica’s Fuel on repeat, Miata pop ups, a Chrysler 440 mopar big block V8, a nos system that only works on the RF wheel and a straight axel in the front
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    • It's funny, cause my dad is a mechanic and if he was selling it. The car would be great and in good condition. But if my uncle who is also a mechanic would sell it. You would find some good things, but youd have to replace a lot
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    • Honestly I never noticed the cup in his hand till just now. I thought he had his hand weird
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    • “Military grade”
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    • Never buy a mechanic’s daily driver
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    • I "take care" of my vehicles
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    • I'm a detailer and my SUV looks like shit lol
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    • Mechanic owned typically means "I know when its in serious need of repair, other than that, I'll drive it until it stops moving"
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    • Where’s the Toyota Corolla Craig’s list ad?
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    • As a mechanic I can say I own 3 cars and one is in perfect condition while the other 2 are only pretty good. My dad who is also a mechanic owns like 23 and only half of them run and a few are actually good.
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    • If a mechanic owned it and is selling it... well enjoy it for the 3 minutes that it works
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    • I have a car sold from a mechanic. It runs perfectly, yeah the paint is all fucked up but it runs like butter
      Vertigo 2 aug
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    • I take care of my car 🥺 I mean I'm not a mechanic yet but I will be soon. Atleast officially
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    • With mechanic owned your either getting the perfectly maintained elegance of a weekend driver, or the shitbox5000 "ahhh the rear axel snapped again get the tape" theres no in between
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    • Can’t always trust mechanics lol
      _FBI_420 2 aug
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    • Not this guy
      Psychiz 2 aug
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    • As a mechanic and car guy, I can confirm that I am to lazy to even work on my own car cause I wrench all day and I'm not trying to bust more knuckles on my days off lol
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    • Maybe he’s selling it cause he just wants a faster car. And “bad” mechanic? Ig it just depends on the person
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    • Thank god my dads a car mechanic
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    • U mean a parts car lol
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    • They know enough to keep that shit barely running
      qweep 2 aug
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    • Not always true. I traded a great extended cab truck for a Tahoe simply because I needed more space for kids.
      j_lex1 2 aug
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    • "Yeah, that's an okay rattle, i can get away with that for a few more months"
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    • Omegatv 2 aug
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    • I’m a mechanic!!! I don’t work on my shit. I run it down and buy new
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    • “Military grade”
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    • Suicide time
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